The American Hospital Association and Verisys
Event Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017, 1:00 p.m. Eastern (12:00 Central)
Credentialing for locum tenens as well as the practice of telehealth care creates a new set of challenges for credentialing verification organizations.
Talent sharing through locum tenens and telehealth care is the movement in the practice of medicine that invites collaboration of credential verification organizations between facilities within one hospital system as well as multiple hospital systems.
While the intention is pure — extending quality health care through a modern paradigm — implementation creates an added layer to the medical staff services and compliance teams.
Attendees Will Learn:
- How to integrate forward-facing elements and bylaws to the credentialing and compliance processes that include locum tenens and telehealth care components
- How to screen, verify and monitor technology partners to ensure compliance
- Understand the depth and breadth of the role of a credential verification organization with regard to the new trends in remote and talent share health care
Principal, HG Consulting
Hugh Greeley began his career in 1973 while working with the National Blue Cross Association and then with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospital (now JCAHO). Mr. Greeley is widely regarded as an expert in medical staff administration, hospital governance, credentialing, performance improvement, accreditation, anti-trust and corporate negligence. During his career he visited approximately 1000 hospitals and has spoken as a faculty member at over 3500 conferences, institutes or seminars. Mr. Greeley is the author of numerous publications, articles and electronic letters. He is regularly requested to assist both medical and hospital organizations in his areas of expertise.
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